State Attorney Says Plenty of "Sunshine" at Informal Alachua County Meetings
The Alachua County Commission's controversial "informal meetings" have been given the stamp of approval by the State Attorney's Office. The commission was cleared of wrongdoing in a report released today by State Attorney Bill Cervone.
An investigation was launched after some residents complained that several commission meetings were in violation of the state's Sunshine Law.
Cervone says none of the meetings in question broke the law, a decision supported by assistant to the State Attorney General Pat Gleason.
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